Winona Republican Herald, April 26, 1948

Winona Republican Herald

April 26, 1948

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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1948, Winona, Minnesota w EATHER FM IS COMING Ita rare your new radio can Full Leased Wire Report of The Associated Press Member of the Audit Bureau of VOLUME NO. 59 WINONA. MINNESOTA, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 26. 1946 FIVE CENTS PER COPY EIGHTEEN PAGES THE ALSOPS StopStassen Move Not Yet Jelled lly Jonoph Aluop Wftuhlnxton conspicuous fiict ftbout tho ntop-Stnsspn movo- Is that 11 hits not Jcllnd ynt Hot.h thn Dowry niicl Tuft camps talk oppnly. with a good deal of rutppy relish, <.f wtuil they arc Kol to rto to the upstart, from Minnesota whrn thry Knt together. Hilt the of Bpimlor Uobi'l'l A Tuft BtlH n.wrl HIP grand alliance will hn formnd nrcmnd rtoimlor Tuft And thr. of ClnviTiior Thomas K, [Jewry urn crw. more eonndmil. Hint. HIP rimn to load Ihr dlop-Hlu.H.ip! foicps la Governor Prom thin rnttirr crucial differ pnrp, onp rrmy Infer Hint tho bunt new of forming thr combination to utop Htiv.wn. whllp II, him already begun. Is still In it very parly stage Meanwhile, them Imvp been further Importitnt developments which nug- that If Btasson maintains prwnt momrntum In the. Ohio uncl Oregon primaries. thn nt UPS going to have thotr work cut out for them. i A WKKK AGO, In OKlpr to con- noltdnto his own alrtMiKl.h In ml vuricn of n possible rovoritn In Orn ROD, Governor Dcwpy tried to rally to III' standard thn largo states of I'rnrxylvitnllt, Michigan and Indl nun li civn now UP ntnted that the hnvp been disappointing, In Pennsylvania, whlnh hud thn lurKPH single block of delegate) nfier Now York, thn customary tlurk eonfiwlon prevails among thn locM chieftains, Joseph I'nw, In hl.i odd wny, Is rather hankering to nomlnntp Speaker of thn House Mftrtln, Oltt Jon oriuidy niicl I'rnn sylvunlii'n flenator Mitrlln. who am tt'llles, ure reputed to Inollnn to Hen- Btor Tuft, And Governor Duff hits Inf. It OP known that ho neither Tuft nor Dnwoy, Heniitor Arthur H. Vitndon- berK bent, but will nettle for titiuuinn or Oovpriior Witrren of California Thorp hits bppn no comfort for Ctov- prnor here. In Indiana. Chailes Hhlleek Vits Klven no visible to plump for of hankering Oovernor nowey now, And In MlrltlKitn, Ihet'n almi linen u buff In response to thr. Dewoy over- tures. Arthur Sumrnerflnld, Mlohl- Kuri nMlotmt rornmlttpptniui, ft "wult mill KCP" ponltton partly from pprnonnl Incltnntlon line! pitrtlv hrpnu.nr thn Rrrut. majority of Mlohlitnti want, to KO Into convention mid r.Ml their bdllotn for BPimtoi- Vmuleubni'tf. Thn not rpnull of nil Ihl.i thitl thn DPWP.V onnip. for wunt of thcnp nppdnd rpliirori'ompnt.1, romnlns In an n.xtrpmply vulnrriibln ntutn. A hftd rcvrr.ip In OrpKiill (which thn nlwnyn fullltiln experts predict could crunn reul dlnlntcurntlon of Dewry'n ntrpnKth, und lhl.i would (ntul In ruin out Df-wpy us thn citndlclittn of UIP nntl-Mtnurliltrii. HKNATOH TAKT to In diinKer, Netiriwku rlerMtui, Tuft's ntunuKei'.H iiuld, with nonin thitl Oovnrnor Htim'icii would not plrk Up u clelek'iitn In Ohio. IteproNontutlvn Clurenrp lirnwn Is now tulklUK u.'i thoiiKh thn niplui'C by Htitwen tit or dcleKiiti'i in Tufl'n hoffln nlute wnnld lie it mi'l'p liuKutelle, vlriu.nly, thl'i liiillpiili'.n itliirm. I'Mrtli- Pliuore, few feel lluvi even IT tieniitor Tuft ces.iful In repclllnK thp Invudor In Dlilci, hn cuu pns.ilbly beronie thn KrpulillcHii nominee In vltnv of hln rpcord u vote-better. If both Tuft und Dewny lire ruled out, wluil tlirnV When thin tlon Is perdivp.'i tucllewily u.'iked of ihrrn, both the Doweylteti und Tuft- lle.i frixukly reply Unit they would fiivor lleniitor VuiKleiibPi'K. Indeed, the Tuft people prefi'i' VundenbCI'K fo Dewpy und 1 Jewry ppopli! Ilkn Viirulenbpri? vii.il ly better thiin Tuft, liiit herp unother KI'IIVO problem nrHei, Spnntor dors not wnnt Ihn nnmliintlon. Itn hus nuld, with thn utnuwt flrmneM, thut hn would not luke It except U.H thn re- Milt of u npontunroiH druft. Xlnrtnr thp he nermn ex- tremely unlikely to permit his niimn to hr II.IPI! us thn rullyliiK cry of It movrmenl, to slop uny one. And If II heroines rleur Unit nHthnr Dnwny nor Tuft Is to tin nominated, the mrmbnri of the xriuut ullluneo Huuln.Ht Stusspn will huvo tho ut- most dltTlcully holdlnu oven thp morn sheep-like dnli-Kiites In lino without ofTerlnif them u conceivably virtorlou.i randldatn of wme sort. SITU IH TIIK'MKASUKK of the rlw In forlunn.i of Kiirold Stussnn, who wus nctunlly strundtd In Lon Ancfles for n few hours, shortly Torn the Wisconsin primary, bpcnii.no his kx'ul fund ruisnr.n could not lay their hund.i on to Ket (Uan- nen's private pliinp olf the Tor HIUM.nen till depends on Ohio uiul OiTk'im, If lie Is defeated, or merely makes u modest, In rither state, the old-line Hppilbll- run-. will i-ali-h up with him und pull him down, Ills ui'eatest, problem Is t hut Oovernoi1 tipwry und Wenutor Tuft both Itir deepest, personal hlitrrnpss toward him, not without. nui'T. nut hl.i supporter.i urn con- fident that he will not fall In thn two leiin ahead, und In thn end will nomphow defeut tho Ki'iuul nlllltnco. All-Out Clash On for Holy Land 3 Masked Bandits Slug, RobQleo Forces Juke Distribute r ___ .__ i.. mt___i__i_i__it. mnirtinn AMM A Showdown minnont, Minn. A Fair- mont businessman and. his Mcretary woro uttiKKod nnd robbocl Inat night by thrdo mu.ikod gunmen. Tho oncupocl with In cnsh und Jewels uftor aliigKlng n patrolman und handcuffing him to it Htalrwuy with hl.i own handcuffH when ho un.'iworod tho call fop tielp. Tho victims woro Charles Pottor, owner of- tho Fairmont Novelty Company, "Juko" box distributor, und Mlw Oladyii Erlckaon, 27, secre- tary. The. pitlrolmitn wun Ooorno It, Cavoi'5 who wita sent to tho Potter homo during tho holdup when tho mill rumci tho nhorlff'n office. All thri'ii vIclluiH woro nlUKKod on tho hmid with KUIIK, I'otter ublo to nummon thn of- flcor by telephone when tho gunmen loft him unguarded momentarily, After tho trio tied Misit Erlckson with pieces of a torn shoot, they placed her face clown on a bod. One gunman remained to guard her unc Pottor while tho others ransacked Potter's largo house. When Cavers camo to tho door, llo mild hn (ihlKgud ovor thn head and his (am wa.i wrc.itcd from him Then ho handcuffed with his own hundcuffH to tho stairway. Potter said tho gunman took In cu.ih, ono ring worth un- olhrn worth und u watch worth o more. Ho nuld they ml.ssod u stickpin, "consider- able cash" and other Je.wolry. Two of tho hnndltn worn well clrowiod. Fottnr nnld twci woro about :ift old and tho thlrtl about 2B Onn of tho men wore overalls. Mondovi Boy, Four, Playing With Matches, Perish Fl, es in names Momlovi, today burled n four-yonr-olcl boy who was burned to death Saturday while play- inf: with matches. Tho boy, John Orvln Hanson, was burned boyoncl recoKnltlon behind tho locked door of an outbuilding. Ho was identified by his llttlo shoos, only remaining articles of appai'cl after the flro had 800 Jailed As Koreans in Japan Riot Kobe, .Inpnn U, S, military pollco today Jailed BOO persons as an aftermath to weekend rioting by nnarly n.OOO Koreans. American Negro noldle.'s had stop- pod in swiftly to quell outbreaks hero und In Osaka over a touchy education IMUC, It wwi the 'first time- troops have boon called out. In tho two- and occupation, U. 3, Eighth Army headquarters In Tokyo said known Japan- ese communists wore nmontr the 000 arrested. U, ft, Intelligence, officers said the disturbances woro communlst-ln- splrod, A Jailed Korean loader told the Associated Press Japanese com- munists took part In tho riots. No American casualties were re- ported, At leant 3d Koreans and Japanese were Injured fr. tho melee, termed resistance .neg- ligible "dun to eompletn cooperation Ixitween Japanese officials and pol- lco and American military police." U, S, commanders wcro instruct- ed to snn that nil persons roponsiblc for the lawless acts nro arrostod. tltorn punishment for tho loaders was iirdnrnd by iilnulunnnl Ounnral Uoburt L. KliiholbnrKvr, commnndnr of thp JClKhth Army. Ho hurried hero from his Yokohama hoad- riunrtors to InvostlKato personally. Thn Koreans domoristratcd it- galnst Japanese Insistence that Jap- anese must bo taught as a standard for Korean students In Jnpunoso-supporlod schools, music, Ono of tho most brilliant events of Iho Hollywood social season took pluci) rocontly, Tho famod Metro- liolUun oporu vlsltod California for tho first time In 43 yours and pro- (lontnd "Ciirmen." Opt'i'ii, Thut's suffering set to tho opera lovin'.i horo turnod out for tho open- course, thiiy thought Hoy would sing really Hob Hope Hollywood pro- micros when thoy arrived In front of Iho theater and saw all tho search- lights In tho sky. One hainmy singer hired a helicopter to got into the spotlight, I was annoyed at tho whole thing. Hit nearly ran Into mine. There was a llttlo confusion dur- ing thn opera. In tho middle of thp big bullfight scene, Mad Man Munu camo on stafto singing an offer for tho bull. Tho loading tenor surprised tho rent of the ount by Hollywood In tho second act, Ho camo out weai'liur elovator shoes to holp him hit. thn high notes, Tho theater was pretty swanky nnd thoru woro no complaints from thn upper sot. Tho manager tapod timinud slicks of (turn undor tho souls. I wus during tho Inter- mtsslnn. I'lverybody wus clunking oprot'n In champagne. Of fiotirsii. I ciiinu In my usutil iilMro Top hut White Mink lulls cano und cotton lor my ours. Knotty plno swept ovor his body. Ills burned body was discovered by Mondovi nromon, who bollovod thoy woro answering a routlno call whan tho alarm camo to- go to tho Mrs, Russell Crandall homo. Instrnd with smoko pouring from tho Interior, thoy forced tho door open and found tho body. Tho Buffalo county coroner, H. P. Slohr, Alma, wus Informed of tho tragedy, but told local authorities thnt In view of thn clrcumslnncos It would nob bo nccosiury for him to como. Tho tragedy occurred while John was phiyliiK at tho Crandall house. His mother, Mrs. Orvln Hanson, had loft him with her sister, Mrs. John Potts, who has an apartment In tho Crandall house. Tho Hansons and tho Potta .live ncross tho road from each othor on tho south sldo of Mondovi. Mrs. llumion left tho boy there while shn went Into tho city to return her younger son, Robert, from tho homo of his mulornal grandparents, Mr, und Mrs. Albert burst n. It WHS while she wiut gone that It hnpiwnnd, Tho Crnndall and Potts children said later that they had all been playing at the Cran- dull house, not at thrc outbuilding, In tho excitement ol play, no one mlnflod John, although ho muni havn been away from tho group foi' it time, About o'clock- smoke wan observed pouring from the building, and Mrs. Crandall Im- mediately called tho flro depart- ment. John ntlll hadn't, been rnlsscd. nnd Um discovery by tho flromc.ii wan tho first Indication that this wus m.oi'0 than a routlno flro call, Whoro'lho boy got tho matches to start, tho flro no ono socmocl to know. His mothnr said that ho had u tondoncy' to play with matches. Funeral 'services wore hold at p, m, today at tho Trowbrldgo funeral home, tho R. D. Rob- inson of the Presbyterian church, officiating. Burial wan in tho Oak Park cemetery. John was born In Mondovi August 11, lU'KI. tiurvlvors include hln parents and one brother, Robert. 2 More Quizzed in Reuther Shooting striving for u load on tho gunman who tried to kill Walter P. Routher, called in two morn uuto workers today for quus- Uonlng. One. of them was 37-year-old Carl Bolton, an ex-convict und former vlco-primldcnt, of Ford Highland Park local 400 of tho CIO United Aulo Workers. Tho other was not identified by authorities. No charges were placed against either man, Routher wan shot April 20 at his hmmi. Tlio gunman Jlnd. Thn con- dition of thi) "10-ymir-old president of tho UAW-CIO was reported im- proving at u North Sldo hospital. His right arm was shattered but physicians snld It probably can bo repaired. Bills Discharged From Committee By 235-121 Vote Washington Tho olco forces won a against; tho but- ter bloc In the House today. That makes It virtually certain the IIou.se will puss legislation to end all fcdcr latuxcs on oleomarga- rine. Tho lost cumij when the House voted to discharge Its agriculture commll.loo from rurthiir considera- tion of olco tax repealer bills and to plump tho Issue directly on the floor Immediately for a showdown. Tho roll call vote to take up the repealers wns 235 to 121, The agriculture committee has boon pigeon-holing tho repeal legis- lation. Shortly bftforo tho Imuln got up on the floor, a House armed ser- vices committee voted unanimous- ly to let tho Army, Navy and Air Force use olemargarlno as they SCO fit, The oleo issuo has aligned city Republicans and country Republi- cans against ono another. It oven has echoed In the presidential nomination ciimpalgnliiK. Sonulor Robert A. Tuft, called for repeal of the tax. Harold E. Stussun said "no." Moreover, the totmc has opened a broad gap In tho larrn bloc, with members from the southern cotton and peanut belts battling members from dairy regions. Cotton and pea- nut oil go into the making of olco. Both sides take a "no compromise" stand. But the oleo-tax-ropcalers have tho edge In tho argument, A majority of tho House, 210 members, have signed a petition supporting repeal. But what will happen when the biittlo of tho broad spreads reaches the Somite, nobody can tell. After bitter arguments, a House vote Is expected tomorrow or Wed- nesday. Backers claimed enough House votes to pans tho rcpeiilor by a two to ono margin, Said Representative Rivers (D.- 8. spokesman for the repeal ad- vocale.s: "We've Rot tho voles and we're BO- Ing to kill off this tribute to the Ijuttor trust, onoo and for all." Said Representative- August H. Andrcson leader of tho dairy group: "If repeal goes through, It will seri- ously Jeopardize not only the 000 dairy farmers but also the whole economy." Alleged Car Thief Fleet Jail by Picking Lock Wlllmur Warren Aim, 21, Benson, Minn., charged with steal- ing a car In St, Paul last week, escaped from l.ho Kandlyohl county Jail Sunday by picking tho Jail door lock. TlilK KldKe of hurriedly-dumped earth protects homes in a Winnipeg residential area from encroaching waters of the flooding Red River of the North. (A.P. Wlrephoto to The Republlcan-Hcrald.) 'Fortifying The Moon' Defense Program Scored by Forrestal "S01 Hye Porrcstal told senators today that II the defense program Is Iclt of inflation, w.lcl. have to bo considered when appropriations subcommitteo in a new round of Sub-Landed Nazi Saboteurs Freed, Returned to Reich P.. Bur- ger and Oeorgo John Dasch. con- victed Nazi saboteaurs whb landed from submarines on the East coast in June, 1942, have been freed from and allowed to return to Dormanyl The White House said today that President Truman approved a Jus- ,ico department recommendation for clemency for the two men. They were taken to Germany under Army custody and will be permitted to Ivc In the American occupation under controls Imposed by tho commanding general. Bulletin Washington Six coun- tries France, Italy. Austria., Holland, Norway and Denmark qualified for full assist- ance under thn European Rc- onvrry projrritm, Uin Knnnnmln administration Mild iiidiiy, on Cyrus Hn- ton, Cleveland financier, testi- fied today Unit Kalsrr-Fraicr officials tohl him "Thr com- pany's business WHS Rolnp itrcat (Tims bc.vimtl their fondest dreams" during talks about proposed K-F stock meeting. E-4 ma- jority salil tml-iy the miiirr.mo cMiurl Nlionlil "nut readily" re- verse Its flur.Islon.s on congres- sional law brciiiisc congress cun iniiko any (limners necessary, Tiio Scn- today approved President Truman's choice of W. Averell lliirrlmun to be "roving ambas- sador" to nations taking part In the European Recovery pro- Detroit Com- missioner Harry S. Toy said tinlay thai a tipster ifuve him llic name of a man who re- portedly planned to shoot Wal- ter P. Rculhcr. Chantilly Begarbed Lana Marries Bob Topping Today Hollywood Lana Turner of tho million-dollar figure and Henry J, (Bob) Topping, Jr., of the tln- plalH millions, will merge thnlr for- Uinew today In a tlniielccl Hollywood wedding. Thii 211-your-old actress and the wealthy sportsman, 34, each will be starting a fourth matrimonial ven- ture, And they'll got off In grand typical filmland trim- mings. Tho ceremony will be hold in tho ntl-AIr homo of Publisher William R, Wllki-rson, thn man who llrst discovered Lima working at a soda fountain 11 years ago. The scroon's foremost sweater champagne hue for this production. Carrying a bouquet of four large white orchids, she will descend a curving stairway on Wllkerson's iirm whllo utrlngs play tho wedding march. Topping and the Rev. Stewart P. MacLcnnan will be waiting before an elaborate bower. Sara Hamil- ton, magazine writer, will bo the maid of honor. Wllkcrson will dou- ble as best num. The festive board will groan 'nenth the weight of lobsters llosvn from Boston and assorted delicacies from Now York and Louisiana. Roast phniisanl, caviar, smoltod nnlmon, hams, turkeys will also bo available Kirl will wear chantilly lace of I to tho 75 to 100 guests expected. Weather FEDERAL FORECASTS Wlnona and vicinity Mostly cloudy tonight with local showers before midnight, becoming cooler ifler midnight, Tuesday partly cloudy and much cooler. Low to- night high Tuesday 70. and cooler to- night with scattered light rain southeast. Tuesday mostly cloudy. Somewhat cooler east. cloudy and cooler tonight. Tuesday cloudy and cooler with a few showers north- west. LOCAL WEATHER Official observations for the 24 hours ending at 12 m. Sunday: Maximum, (10; minimum, 02; noon, HO; precipitation, none congressional hearings on the Ofl vs. 70 group Air Force controversy. Ho Is battling for n. co-group air Force. A 70-group one is favored by some military men and has strong backing In Congress. Under questioning from Senator O'Mahoncy Forrestal agreed that planning A 70-group Air Force could not be classed as "fortifying the 60 Group" But Forrestal insisted that a 60- group force promised "tho best mili- tary results if our budget is to bo limited." He sold he has decided military spending must bo limited. Forrestal said that "as a mili- tary matter" both he and the joint chiefs of staff would support a 70-RTOUp force, but that factors othor than military also mu.it be considered. Forrestal was among tho mili- tary leaders who pleaded at a locked door session of another Senate body last week for stepped up ac- tion on President Truman's whole defense program. It calls for a draft revival, for universal military train- ing and for more money to build up the Army, Navy and Air Force, The testimony was Riven in secret last Wednesday to the armed serv- ices committee. It was made pub- lic over the weekend after many scissored deletions had been made In the 339-page typewritten tran- script. Direct WoriK .10 .ID .02; oiricial observations for tho 24 hours ending at 12 m. today: Maximum, 03; minimum, 60; noon, 71: precipitation, .41; sun sets tonight at sun rises tomorrow at TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE Max. Mln. Free, Bemldjl 68 Chicago 85 03 Denver SB DUN Moincs 00 Duluth 5G 38 International Falls C8 54 Kin-was Cll.y Los AngolM 74 53 MJaml 76 74 Mlnncn.poli.s-Sl. Paul 54 Now Orleans 83 03 New York 71 41 .01 1 Seattle 50 .121 Phoenix 88 50 Washington f'O DAILY R.IVKR Flood Stage 24-hr. Stagn Today Change Red Wing 14 Lake City Rends 12 7.3 Dam 4, T.W 7.0 .1 Dam 5, T.W 6.2 Dam 5A, T.W 7.3 Winona 13 Dam G, Pool Dam G, T.W Dakota Dam 7, Pool In his testimony, General Omar N. Bradley, Army chief of staff, put Into direct words what others have been saying Indirectly since Presi- dent Truman delivered his stop- Russia message to Congress on St. Patrick's day: That the chance of war has In- creased since tho first of the year. Bradley was being Questioned along the lines that fighting seem- ed remote for five or .six years and that In the meantime tho emphasis should be on niilitaYy reserves. "Up to two or three months ago, iwe were thinking as you the i general responded. "We arc; not "I so sure of that now, that there is "'no war right away. So many things have happened, and you cannot put finger on raiy one of thorn." 6 Die in Weekend Bi-State Mishaps, 2 Feared Drowned Bv Tho Associated Trout Two persons drowned in Minnesota over the weekend. One was killed in an automobile accident and two others were believed to have drown- ed. Three died In Wisconsin mis- haps. Nine-year-old Colleen Hill of Zlm drowned Saturday night in the St. Louis river when a boat sank. Six others, including her father nnd two brothers, were saved. Two Minneapolis teen age girls were feared to have drowned while on an outing at Lnko Mlnncwnshta near Excelsior, Minn. Mrs. Andrew N. Jan.scn, 00. Minn- eapolis, was killed Saturday night in a headon collision of a car near Wavcrly. Minn. Her husband and a St. Paul couple, Mr. and Mrs. GPOVRC SUff, wcro injured. Mrs. Mathilda Campbell, 27, drowned Saturday when she fell Into the Mississippi river during u family outing. Her husband, Wil- liam, was unable to rescue her. Robert A. Kcnney, 35, of route I. Sturgeon Bay, WIs., was killed yesterday when he stepped In front of a speeding North Western rail- road passenger train. Two men were killed last night when a surplus primary trainer crashed while they were shooting landings at the Merrill nlr field. The dead are Harold Nlssen, 32, and LyJe English, 25. both of Mer- rill. Badger Housing Law Called a 'Coverup' Fond du Lac, Re- publican legislature deliberately passed a housing law which they knew to be unconstitutional in or- der to cover up a deficit In the state Miles McMillin, poli- tical writer for the Mnrilsoii Capital Times, told Democratic party dele- gates from six counties Saturday, "The money collected by doubling the liquor tax Is now being used to make up a more than one-mll- llon-dollar deficit in operating ex- penses of the state for the fiscal McMillin asserted. U. S. Arms-Backed Western Bloc Seen Dam 7, T.W. La Crosse 12 7.9 7.4 8.5 0.5 6.G 8.2 .1 -i- '.i .2 ,2 Tributary Streams Chlppcwa at Durnnd.. 4.1 -I- .3 Zumbro at Thollman.. 2.U .1 Buffalo above Alma.... 2.5 -I- .1 Trompealcau at Dodge. 1.3 .1 Black at Neillsvlllc 4.0 -i- .2 Black at Galesville----3.2 La Crosso at W. Salem 1.7 Root at Houston ......C.O RIVER FORECAST (From llnNllnKft to Guttenlicrjr) During tho next 48 hours there will bo Hl.tlo change In the Mis- sissippi above Wlnona: southward l.o Prairie du Chlen the falling tond- contlnuo with average uncy dally falls of .1 of a foot. program of military backing for the anti-com- munist bloc in western Europe is reported to be in the final stages of administration planning. Work on the program Is expected to be stepped up by Secretary of State Marshall who returns to his desk today after four weeks at the Intcr-Amcrloan conference at Bo- gota. One of the issues on which a top government decision Is expected soon is the problem of outright talks between the United States and the nations now organizing a western European union on the nature and extent of political and military cooperation. President Truman told Congress lost month that tho United Stato.s supports the western European un- ion Idea and Intends to protect, the free nations of the world against communistic pollco states. But no responsible official has yet indicat- ed publicly how American policy on the critical issue of support for the western bloc will develop. From well Informed insiders, however, it can be reported that the Intention of some of the President's advisers at least is to provide a comprehensive rather than a single- shot program. Hence speculation on tho pattern this nation's political-military re- lations with the western bloc may eventually to Presi- dent Truman's approval and deci- sions by these possibilities: revival of military Icnd- leose. of what would amount in fact to a military alli- ance between the United States and the European countries. of military missions. high-command, rela- tions. Irgun Forces Resume Jaffa Attack Arabs Reported Ready to Move Army Into Palestine major battle for Jcrusnlcm nppcarccl to be shnplnjf up todny nmld rcixirts that King AbdulliUi of Trans-Jordnn wiw prc- to mow Into Pnlwtlnc tit the houd of hit) Anil) lo.Rlon. Wcll-lnrormcd sources In Cairo snld Abdulhih plans to lend thn Urltlsh-tralncd IcRlon nuivlnst tho Immodlntcly. About two-thirds of li'itlon, or lO.non men, nlrcndy urn on Ki-curiiy duty lor Uw UrttlaJi In thn Holy Land. Both Jews mid Arabs moblllzwl on the southern cdRcs of Jerusalem today. To the west, the Jewish Iruun Zval Lcuml forces resumed their attack on Jaffa, despite orders to stop, broadcast by HnKonah. the Jewish defon.se nnny. The attack, directed into l.lle Miuihlch quarter. Into resistance In the Arab city. Heavy bomb explosions pre- ceded the attack, made under a cover of strong automatic weapons fire. Jewish forces threw heavy mortar fire into Acre prison during the night but were repelled by BrtUsh artillery. Most of the 200 captives of Acre escaped during the attack. OH Flow The flow of oi) from Iraq Into Haifa, lending eastern Mediterran- ean oil port which the Jews won lost week, lias ceased. The United Nations assembly to-' day moved for immediate action to protect Jerusalem, The action was taken by 46 to 0 ballot In

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